This card is in incredible unused condition. Except for the white speck in the bottom right quadrant, one would think, looking at it with the naked eye, that it was almost in mint condition. There is a crease on the back side and very kindly, fate camouflages it on the front; it is only visible if you hold the photo at an angle. Besides being the typical superb photography one expects from Reutlinger studios of Paris, this card has an iridescent pink overlay that one can appreciate considering the collage and printing challenges of the early 1900s. Unfortunately, the Internet doesn't reveal any information about Mlle Damiroff:( But one thing we can be sure off: her dress is stunning! SIZE: about 3.5 by 5.5. Circa: 1904-1914.
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